Kelsall Gardening Club meetings are held at the Methodist Hall, Chapel Green on the second Tuesday of the month commencing at 7:45 pm. Visitors are most welcome you don't need to be a member to come along.
The Kelsall and District Good Companions Club is a social club for over-60s from Kelsall and surrounding areas. The Club meets fortnightly on the first and third Thursday of each month at 2:15pm in the WellBeing Hub in Kelsall.
We are a small committee based in Kelsall raising funds for North West Cancer Research. We have been fund raising for over 44 years and are so grateful to the people of Kelsall who have supported us over the years and helped us raise approximately £500,000.
The Kelsall & District Probus club was set up in 1999 for retired and semi-retired business and professional men. Since then, it has grown considerably. We meet monthly, on the second Thursday of the month, for lunch at Willington Hall, which is located in beautiful countryside in the heart of rural Cheshire. Each
Vale Royal Singers is a versatile and talented small choir based in Kelsall who perform an extensive range of repertoire, both accompanied and a capella, to a wide variety of audiences.
Kelsall WI is a friendly and active group and we currently have 44 members. We meet on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30 pm at the Methodist Church Hall in Kelsall.
The concept of Kelsall Wellbeing Hub was created when the doctors of the new medical centre in Kelsall recognised that, as demands on the NHS and Social Care increased, more was needed in our communities to improve health and wellbeing.
Handy Jigsaws is Kelsall's FREE jigsaw library. The service was established early in 2020 after consultation with the Kelsall Medical Centre Patient Participation Group. We offer a regularly changing collection of up to 100 titles from popular brands including Gibsons, Ravensburger, Falcon & Wasgij.
Flicks in the Sticks is your local cinema which takes place once a month in Kelsall Methodist Church Hall. Film showings are generally on the first Friday of every month, between October and May. This is an opportunity to see films you may have missed in the cinema and to enjoy a relaxing evening with friends without n
The Kelsall Bridge Club meets every Thursday at 7pm at Kelsall Community Centre. In addition, games are played online on BBO every Monday at 1.30pm and Tuesday at 7pm.